Suppose you are reading byte streams from any device, representing IP addresses. Your task is to convert a 32 characters long sequence of '1s' and '0s' (bits) to a dotted decimal format. A dotted decimal format for an IP address is form by grouping 8 bits at a time and converting the binary representation to decimal representation. Any 8 bits is a valid part of an IP address. To convert binary numbers to decimal numbers remember that both are positional numerical systems, where the first 8 positions of the binary systems are:

2 7 2 6 2 5 2 4 2 3 2 2 2 1 2 0

128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1

 

Input

The input file, "IPAddress.in", will have a number N (1<=N<=9) in its first line representing the number of streams to convert. N lines will follow.  

Output

The output file "IPAddress.out" must have N lines with a doted decimal IP address. A dotted decimal IP address is formed by grouping 8 bit at the time and converting the binary representation to decimal representation.

 

Input Example :

4

00000000000000000000000000000000

00000011100000001111111111111111

11001011100001001110010110000000

01010000000100000000000000000001

 

Output Example :

0.0.0.0

3.128.255.255

203.132.229.128

80.16.0.1